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Genghis Khan (1965) [DVD]

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En el siglo XII, Mongolia estaba en caos. Los Clans luchaban por el poder y el control, la sangre manchaba la llanura de Mongolia. En 1167, nació un chico llamado Temujin, y Mongolia nunca sería la misma. Este chico, Temujin, luchó contra asesinos y la injusticia, la lucha y la opresión. Creció para ser el primer guerrero más violento de Mongolia y el conquistador de todos los clanes combatientes - Genghis-Khan El poderoso Genghis-Khan. Terrible Guerreo. Gran Líder. Gobernante de China. Genghis-Khan significa el “Gobernador Universal u Oceánico”, y en un momento su Imperio se extiende a través de Asia, Rusia y en el interior de Europa. Después de su muerte en 1.227, sus descendientes unificaron toda China. Para este día, la gente de Mongolia repite la legenda que su gran gobernador, Genghis-Khan, volverá otra vez. Esta es la gran historia verdadera de Genghis-Khan.


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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The older version is better! 3 de mayo de 2016
Por keith - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I don't usually go for this type of movie but saw it on TV and enjoyed it because it had heart and tender moments. I bought this version and I started to watch it and noticed a big difference in it and the version I saw on tv. The version on tv was much better than this one. This version was edited and removed all the humanity from it. Which is the only reason I liked it otherwise its just an old war movie. For example the scene where Khan kidnapped the Princess he holds out his hand to her and says its the first thing you give to someone remember? They cut out the word "remember" which refers to the earlier scene where she holds out her hand to him. They also cut out some video footage in that scene and removed his voice and dubbed in a voice that did not do as good a job as the original. So I highly recommend getting the older version not this boring heartless version.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The mortal 'Prince of Conqueror's' rides again on this big-screen depiction. 1 de junio de 2015
Por Nina Kish - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
This 50th Anniversary Edition of GENGHIS KHAN starring - a very, young, Omar Sharif in the lead role and Actor - Stephen Boyd, as his sadistic nemesis, depicts the humble beginnings and the tremendous achievements of the man who went on to become: The Khan of khans. Initially, he was born to a leader of a Mongolian Clan. Hence, his birthright legacy consisted of inheriting that title and position. Meaning, that he was born to rule. However, because of his father's early death, he was instead placed into an opposing Merkit Clan into abject and unwarranted slavery. But, with great self-control and seemingly supreme patience, he overcame the cruelty of his mocking taskmasters and escaped. And so began, his ascend to his destiny and the forming of a unified, Mongolian Nation. And, as history will attest, GENGHIS KHAN was a masterful tactician and a military genius. Particularly, in the face of overwhelming odds. He united one of history's greatest military force and so great was his influence..., that what he did - then, still effects us, even today. This 50th Anniversary Edition comes on a color, single-disc, DVD as Columbia Pictures presents this 1965, 2-hour and 6-minute, big-screen depiction of GENGHIS KHAN, the mortal, 'Prince of Conquerors.' Nina Kish
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A wonderful telling of Genghis Khan. 5 de abril de 2015
Por Russell S - Publicado en Amazon.com
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A very interesting telling of the Genghis khan story. I will be honest, I'm not sure if this is historically correct or not but I surely was entertained. Even if some of these things are true..wow, what a guy. made in 1965, about one of history's greatest conquerors (some might use another word) Royalty by birth, sold into slavery, took his freedom back and all the while his nemesis who betrayed him was the object of his fierce lust for vengeance. The performances by so many amazing performers were very good, not great but very good. Omar Sharif, Stephen Boyd, James Mason, Eli Wallach, Telly Savalas and Robert Morley. Definitely worth seeing.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not the historic Genghis Khan, and yet... 21 de abril de 2011
Por Patrick Selitrenny - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Of the many Epic movies which appeared between 1953 and 1969, this is not one of the worst ones, although if you are looking for Asian-born actors here, you might be heavily disappointed.

Never forget, that this is still the Studio System period, and as such ethnic considerations were not held up at all.

This is why all the roles covered here, are stuffed with British and American actors.

OK. OK. The only exception being Omar Sharif, who being Egyptian by birth, got the starring role. But he just played a Russian in "Doctor Zhivago" and was considered able to play the main character in this one.

Still and although not truly faithfully following the historic footsteps of the rise to power of Temujin, a.k.a. Genghis Khan, it is a very entertaining romp about the subject.

The movie is filled with stars such as Robert Morley as the Emperor of China, James Mason, Stephen Boyd, Eli Wallach, Michael Hordern, Telly Savalas and Woody Strode.

In its naivete, it is still a very watchable and entertaining movie. Consider it as a variation on the theme and as an adventure movie (which by that time were very popular).

The sets are nevertheless sumptuous, the costumes are gorgeous, and the music by Dusan Radic (I suppose of Yugoslavian origin and who already did score "The Long Ships" for Hollywood) is in a weird way, very appropriate for this kind of spectacle.

If you are willing to forget the historic inadequacies of this product and are prepared to accept a little showbiz instead, then welcome aboard.

The DVD (I own a Spanish Columbia Classics Full Screen copy and this Columbia/Sony presentation in Widescreen), is impeccable.
The Columbia/Sony is far superior, since it sports the full 2.35:1 screen ratio and a better English soundtrack than its Spanish cousin.
The sound is in plain Mono, as it was recorded at the time (the Studio probably did not have enough finances to do it in Stereo), but it is very clear
and as I usually tend to specify, "well-rounded" (hence no tinny sounds here).

There are absolutely no extras included, so don't expect any.

In conclusion though, my recommendation is for those of you who are followers of some of the actors included, such as either Omar Sharif, Stephen Boyd or even Telly Savalas.
They might not be included in one of their best movies ever, but here they are nevertheless, and just because of this, at least for documentation's sake one should absolutely have it, if only to complete his own movie collection.

It is also a good comparison piece with some of the most recent incarnations of the story of "Genghis Khan", on how to do things and not to do them...

But as I usually say... They don't make them like this anymore, especially when it comes to lavish nonsensical spectacle.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas What Could Have Been A Great Movie 20 de junio de 2016
Por John R. Fleming - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
The video quality of this DVD looks more like a VHS tape. Some scenes are okay, but for the most part, it's generally terrible. The audio quality is horrible, as well. The musical score is pathetic. It sounds like a mixture of background music from "Leave It To Beaver" and "The Mod Squad". Yeah, it's that bad. How they got fine actors like Omar Sharif, Stephen Boyd, and James Mason to be a part of this is confusing to say the least. James Mason looks rather silly with fake buck-teeth and eye make-up, trying to make him look Chinese. Robert Morley cast as the Chinese emperor is laughable. As an eleven year old boy, I thought it was wonderful when I saw it on the big screen at my local theater. Fifty-one years, and many movies later, I realize that it's not nearly as good as that young boy thought it was. It would have been more enjoyable if it was properly remastered, but alas, it wasn't. The only saving grace is that it only cost six bucks.


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